This is just the beginning.
Reason: spelled out the abbreviation in the title
So he went from a power house program in Hawaii ( kind of an Oxymoron ) to a school who runs out of players and can't finish a season, sounds like Servite is a perfect fit!
Correction, my mistake, he does not appear on the 2017 coach list but no OC is listed, maybe
the HC is the OC? Where did he coach last,anyone?
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Left to coach his son Cole in basketball (asst coach) during his senior season at Punahou HS in Honolulu. They won the Hawaii state title last month, with Cole as a captain. Darnell was an all state basketball guard (and football QB) at Punahou archrival St. Louis HS in the 90s.
No worries, Norco and Villa Park are on the schedule. Well, at least Norco.downtothewire wrote: ts all linemen and that's about it. Servite is literally starting over from scratch. The skill players right now are any freshmen from last year that didn't leave, the JV players that probably didn't get much in the way of playing time, and a few kids that transferred in. That's all Thomas has to work with.
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